North Carolina Association of Educators

12:35 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

Currently Enrolled NC Teachers Will Get Master's Pay Under Revised Plan

Gov. Pat McCrory speaks during a news conference Monday at Ragsdale High School in Jamestown.
Credit WFDD photo by Molly Burke

Last year the North Carolina General Assembly voted to end supplemental pay for teachers who earn master’s degrees. Even teachers who were at the time enrolled in Master’s programs would not get the ten percent supplement for their advanced degrees. 

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8:48 pm
Wed August 14, 2013

NC Education Leaders Want the Governor to Call Special Session Over Education Budget Cuts

Teachers from Forsyth County say they want more support from lawmakers in Raleigh. They attended a rally on Aug. 14 in Winston-Salem to voice their concerns.
Keri Brown

More than 100 teachers, parents and community members gathered in Winston-Salem Wednesday to rally against education budget cuts. A similar rally was also held in Greensboro.

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5:36 pm
Mon July 1, 2013

NC Ranks Near the Bottom in Teacher Salaries

The president of the North Carolina Association of Educators says he's worried about legislative action that could eliminate class size restrictions in the public school system.
Credit Keri Brown

Summer break is in full swing for many students across the country, but many educators are already preparing for the new school year. Some North Carolina educators are in Atlanta this week for the National Education Association’s 151st annual Representative Assembly.

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